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Minn. Solar Project Draws Ire For Cutting Down Hundreds Of TreesA solar farm project in Buffalo Township has residents concerned about the environmental impacts.
'Stop For Me' Campaign Stressing Crosswalk Safety In St. PaulFifty seven pedestrians and bicyclists have been hit in St. Paul so far this year. It's prompting a pedestrian safety campaign.
Barnesville Man Catches Record Smallmouth Bass In South DakotaA smallmouth bass pulled from Horseshoe Lake in northeastern South Dakota last month is a state record.
Students Of Defunct Anthem College Could Get Debt ReliefAnthem College, formerly called High Tech Institute, would enroll hundreds of students each year.
Globe University, Minn. AG Rest Cases In Fraud TrialBoth sides have rested their arguments in another case brought by the state against a private for-profit college. Attorney General Lori Swanson is suing Globe University and the Minnesota School of Business in a bench trial in Hennepin County Court.
Celebration Planned For Jamar Clark’s BirthdayFriends and family of Jamar Clark plan to celebrate the life of the young man killed by Minneapolis police.
'Grandma Ruth,' 105, Takes Volunteerism To A Whole New Level"Grandma Ruth" Knelman is 105-years-old, and has spent her free time working with kindergartners for 32 years at the same school. You will find her each Tuesday at Jefferson Community School in Minneapolis.
2 Boys Could Face Charges In Wobegon Trail Bridge ArsonTwo juvenile males could face charges after a fire last Saturday on the Wobegon Trail Bridge in Albany was ruled arson
Former Prince Assistant: 'He Was A Very Healthy Person'A former assistant to Prince until last year is trying to figure out how her boss, whom she described as very healthy, died so suddenly.
Mom Dies After Random Wisconsin Drive-By ShootingAn Illinois woman has died after being shot during an apparently random drive-by shooting along a Wisconsin interstate while traveling home with her husband and children, federal officials said Tuesday.
Minneapolis First Responders Now Carrying NarcanThe Minneapolis Fire Department announced Tuesday that its personnel will be carrying Narcan, the drug used to treat heroin and opioid drug overdoses.
Revival Reportedly Set To Expand Minneapolis LocationFor those who have been discouraged by the legendary 2.5-hour waiting times at one of the hottest new restaurants, breathe easier.

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